What makes Saint Petersburg the cultural capital of Russia? When I think about Saint Petersburg, the first thing that comes to mind are: the Hermitage museum, world-class ballet, opera and classical concerts. For people who love art and culture, Saint Petersburg is often at the top of their wish-list of cities to see. And rightfully ...
It is no sheer coincidence that Saint Petersburg is known as the cultural capital of Russia. The city has a long tradition associated with art, artists, poets, writers, music, and even scientists. Per mile in the city, the amount of monuments and museums is astonishing. Liden & Denz is located opposite Государственный Русский музей (The State ...
There is a Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. The Russian Museum, my personal favourite cultural sight in St. Petersburg, houses the biggest collection of Russian art in the world and you would not be surprised given the size of the exhibitions on display! The collection of the Russian Museum is so big that it actually ...
On the night of May 17 to 18, Moscow museums open their doors to visitors in the evening and at night! Organized as part of the International Museum Day, this day, celebrating around the world (since 1977!) is an opportunity to educate the public about the issues of museums in the development of society. On ...
A Walk in a Park: The Kolomenskoye Museum Kolomenskoye museum is surrounded by a park and an ancient village with several Orthodox churches. It is located 10 km in the south of the center of Moscow. He became one of the suburbs of the Russian capital in 1960 and now belongs to the southern part of ...
Usually in a museum, we visit with the eyes. And sometimes, just looking can be boring. But with Kolomna Pastila museum, all your senses are awakened! Let yourself be carried away by the smell and taste of pastila! The place lives and breathes: a living museum to savor! You can visit the old factory and ...